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US Taekwondo Oswego Martial Arts

Join the martial arts community at our school.

US Taekwondo Oswego Martial Arts is the perfect place to start. Enrolling your child in martial arts can be one of the best decisions you ever make! Not only will they benefit from increased confidence, focus, and discipline, but they’ll also get a great workout and have fun doing it. 

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Chief Instructor – Master Youngho Kim

US Taekwondo Oswego Martial Arts classes are the perfect place for your child to thrive. They will develop confidence, discipline and respect while having a great time.

FAQs

Q Our Mission/Goal

Our mission at our martial arts school is to provide a welcoming and inclusive environment for individuals of all ages and skill levels to learn, grow, and develop both physically and mentally. We strive to instill a sense of discipline, respect, and confidence in our students through the teachings and practices of martial arts.

Q Kids Program

Our kids martial arts program is designed to provide a fun and interactive learning experience for children of all ages and skill levels. Our classes are taught by experienced and certified instructors who are dedicated to helping each child reach their full potential.

Q Benefits of Martial Arts

One of the major benefits of martial arts is improved physical fitness. Regular training in martial arts can improve cardiovascular health, increase strength and flexibility, and enhance coordination and balance. These physical benefits can lead to a healthier and more active lifestyle.

Q History of Martial Arts

The history of martial arts in the United States can be traced back to the late 19th and early 20th centuries, when various Asian martial arts styles were introduced to the country. One of the first martial arts to gain popularity in the United States was judo, which was brought over by Japanese immigrants in the late 1800s. Judo was later popularized in the United States by Mitsuyo Maeda, a Japanese judoka who traveled to the country and taught the art to students and law enforcement officers.

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